The implication at the end of the movie (spoiler, select to view) [by virtue of the totem continuing to spin, is that even the 'reality' is just another level of dream, and that Cobb is in fact existing in some other's dreamspace.] Of course, whether that is true or not is down to your own interpretation.Wait so none of it is real? Its just a dream? wow..
Inception is an exceptional movie. You just need to watch very carefully and pay attention to details so you don't miss out on the shift in dream states. It's also of vital importance to understand that each time you descend a dream level, time accelerates, so almost the entire movie happens in the time it takes for the van to fall from the bridge to the water in the first dream level.I saw this movie a few weekends ago and I didn't get all of it.. My room mate explained that I just needed to watch it over a few times, so I am going to give it another couple of tries.
I did see another movie that Leonardo Dicaprio was in called Shutter Island, now that movie was great!
I beg to differ. The concept of The Matrix has been discussed before although they did a great job of creating superb visuals and a good story line around it. Personally I think that Dark City was a much more interesting and superior film that stayed true to its point. It's a sweet film that must be seen more than once to capture all of its subtleties and is a deep film.I really liked the movie, but when it comes to movies about alternate realities (if you want to compare it on that level) nothing beats the mighty The Matrix (part 1). This is such a masterpiece and I believe it is the most enlightening movie that has ever been released on Earth. At least in the last 2 decades. It is literally mind-blowing this movie... the more your own consciousness grows, the better you will 'understand' this movie. Mind you... I still need much growth... .